A year on from the first lockdown, what has become of travel?
27 days ago - By The Guardian
Travel as we knew it stopped a year ago - and is unlikely to return in the same form. But new trends are already emerging At the start of the first lockdown I went for a bike ride. The sun was shining, spring was bursting out all over, and the Cummings affair had yet to happen. I had only gone a few miles when I saw the first Go Home sign. Another soon followed. I saw lots of people outside, many working on the house or garden. No one looked up. There were no vehicles except two police cars. After each one passed, I took the next available turn, just in case they decided to stop and...
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Air travelers top 1.5 million for first time in over a year
27 days ago - By ABC News
The recovery in air travel is becoming more real
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